Select the diagnostic action to take if Simulink® software detects a subsystem that may cause data corruption or non-deterministic behavior.
Simulink software takes no action.
Simulink software displays a warning.
Simulink software terminates the simulation and displays an error message.
These types of subsystems can be caused by either of the following conditions:
Your model uses multitasking solver mode and it contains an enabled subsystem that operates at multiple rates.
Your model contains a conditionally executed subsystem that can reset its states and that contains an asynchronous subsystem.
These types of subsystems can cause corrupted data or nondeterministic behavior in a real-time system that uses code generated from the model.
For models that use multitasking solver mode and contain an enabled subsystem that operates at multiple rates, consider using single-tasking solver mode or using a single-rate enabled subsystem instead.
For models that contain a conditionally executed subsystem that can reset its states and that contains an asynchronous subsystem, consider moving the asynchronous subsystem outside the conditionally executed subsystem.